well-governed

well-governed

adj (well governed when postpositive)
(of a political unit, organization, nation, etc) directed and controlled efficiently or satisfactorily
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Special emphasis was laid on appropriate measures to support well-governed labour migration in line with international standards and OSCE commitments.
Under his stewardship, the UK broking and underwriting business has become the blueprint for what a well-managed, well-governed, high performing and ethical business should look like."
"They have a significant impact on people's lives, and it is important they are well-governed and transparent about how they operate."